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lead them. they beat navy on saturday, 34-10 and playing in the armed forces bowl in just a few weeks from now. >> rule served as temple's head coach, for to years. he will be the full-time replacement for art giles. temple is holding a news conference at 1:30 this afternoon and bring it live to you on the air and online. >> a rookie state trooper was sp sp sp responding to a call was slammed into by another driver. trooper williams was responding to a call at the time of the crash. the driver of the other car died at the scene and trooper
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williams was flown to the hospital where he later passed away. nine people were displaced from a fire last night. a baby was rescued from the flames. annie mcformic has the latest from the scene. >> when firefighter as rived. they had to make multiple rescues and one man suffered burns to his hands and face to make sure everyone got out okay. >> i did not leave until my whole apartment was safe and then i left. >> 21-year-old tyrone coles suffered burns to his face and hands, he spoke to us with his grateful mother by his side. >> i heard a bunch of people screaming and a couple of old people inside of his apartment he had to help out. >> i am just grateful. >> he and other neighbors helped
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out. jessica described the rescue of a baby. >> they passed it to my uncle mike and he got it down the fire escape. >> the two alarm base in the 500 block of frankford. >> companies started aggressive interior fire operations. and rescued people in the building and made rescues with aerial ladders. >> concerned family members raced to the scene fearing the worse. nine people were injured. paul saved several pets and some died in the blaze. the cause and origin remains under investigation. >> several families are now the without a home. the red cross is giving them assistance. annie mccormick, channel 6 "action news." >> two firefighters were hurt
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while battling an apartment blaze in dover, delaware, the flames broke out at the cedar chase apartment here on the 1700 block of north dupont highway. from chopper 6 hd you can see apartments heavily damaged and some people were trapped inside when crews got there, no word on their conditions or the exten of the firefighters injuries at this hour. turning to your accuweather forecast. the clouds are forming and now the rain is coming and the drive home will likely be a wet one. showing you the ben franklin bridge, the clouds are moving in overhead. david murphy is outside on the terrace with the call from accuweather. >> sara, cloudy and breezy and chilly on the a band of uncomfortable rain coming in. the lightest band out in the front of this, is probably only producing drizzle or light precipitation, you got to go farther to the south and west where the darker green and yellow is filling in around
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dover and cape may to get the steadier rain. the rain drops here over the next hour or so. if you have appointments or something you want to try to get done ahead of the rain in philadelphia, you probably got another hour or so before that starts to get steadier. satellite shows you cloud cover of course with the precipitation and the rain itself. it covers a large area and we'll see snow in the poconos late tonight and tonight and then the rain comes through and doesn't end until sometime early tomorrow morning. the winter weather advisory in the poconos, 1 to 2 inches of snow there. if you plan on driving north 4:00 or 5:00 this afternoon take care because there is that potential of icy conditions. 43 in philadelphia with a little bit of a breeze off the ocean and the forward forecast shows very even numbers through today,
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tonight and into tomorrow afternoon. it's good we stay in the 40s because that means rain across the immediate region and the snow staying up for the most part in the poconos tonight. we do have a cold snap coming in for the weekend and i'll check that out and show you the rival and departure of this rain on future tracker 6. coming up sara. >> thank you. keep track of the changes in the forecast with 6abc.com/weather, that is where you fine the latest from our team of meteorologist, and storm tracker 6 radar and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a 25-year-old man was shot several times on master street in park side. the victim was shot as he sat in his parked car outside of his apartment. no arrests have been made. a fast moving fire gutted a home build in the 1800s in landsdowne last night. this is the scene along the unit
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block of nayak avenue, officials say that the fire started on the second floor and spread to the third floor and one sprained his ankle during the fire fight. the cause is under investigation. a man is arrested in delaware after police investigated a string of thefts from vehicles, kevin shilling was taken into custody after police say he was seen stealing on surveillance video, the thefts are been happening since last month. shilling is charged with 13 counties and burglary and theft. and several stolen items were found inside of his vehicle. an employee was beaten last month, and investigators released surveillance video of the three men responsible for the attack. it happened inside of the addly fire shop in the early morning hours of november 26th. the trio walked in wearing mafgs and gloves and demanding the
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employee get on the ground. the other stole cash, a computer and money. the employee suffered minor injuries. president-elect donald trump is expected to announce more cabinet picks today when he travels to north carolina for latest stop on his thank you tour, he made a rare appearance in the lobby of trump tower and called on the government to cancel the order for more air force one planes. to be used by future president, trump says the cost is totally out of control. >> it's going to be over $4 billion, for air force one program. and i think it's ridiculous. i think boeing is doing a bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money but not that much money. >> boeing says it's working for the air force to deliver the best plane to the president for the best value to taxpayers.
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joe biden may not be ready to leave washington yet. biden joked with reporters when asked if he would run for office again. he learned a long time ago that fate had a strange way of intervening. he addressed a large crowd at georgetown university. about regulation. he talked about the new trump administration and we have to give it a fighting chance. >> they are in a position, that a lot of stuff seems awful clear to them but it's not so clear. we'll see. we'll see what happens. >> the vice president also said he is more optimistic about america's chances today than at any other time serving in the past 44 years. >> there is more ahead at 12:30, the mayor of los angeles took the subway to work to show the transit system is safe. the latest on the threat there. and jimmy kimmel is taking
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on something he never has before. hosting the oscars. just ahead when "action news" comes right back.
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a man in north carolina is behind bars after opening fire during a christmas parade. police in sanford says that the shooting left one 18-year-old seriously injured and a 16-year-old with an injury that is not life-threatening. not far from the store he saw a man firing shots as parade floats went by, the shooting forced orlandos to end the parade early. outrage is growing after the deadlocked jury after several days of deliberations in south carolina. >> the court must declare a mistrial in this case. after four days of deliberation
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this mistrial means that this former north charleston police officer will wake up in his own bed but under house arrest and wearing a gms device on his ankle. >> until my family can see justice, no, there is no forgiveness. the only black juror, the foreman says they could not come to a decision and two women on the jury cried. in a statement the prosecution said we will try michael slager again. the mother of walter scott silencely raised her hand in court praying for strength. >> i don't care what a man says, i don't care how it looks, it's not over. it's not over. until god says it's over. >> the man that many things is the lone holdout jury who wrote
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to the judge that he could not in good conscious he could not convict the officer, could not look the judge or jury in the eye. >> he was seen shooting scott five times in the back, and scott had already run 18 feet but slager says what the video doesn't show is the fight that happened before, at the time when he started shooting he thought scott was a threat. >> the threat -- >> slager's attorney are not commenting and he has a federal trial that begins next year that he is also pleading not guilty. and an anonymous threat led to extra security during the entire los angeles transit
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system. it was are reference to a bomb threat. they told passengers to be prepared for random bag checks, and the fbi is trying to figure out if the threat is a credible one. still ahead another check of your accuweather forecast. >> looking live outside sky 6 hd showing you the commodore barry bridge bridge and the gray skies and rain is on the way. you can tell it's actually here, you see the trop lets on the lens there. david murphy has the update from accuweather. i have asthma...
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philadelphia fire officials demonstrated the best way to select be maintain a fresh cut christmas tree in spring garden. jessie wilson expressed the importance of picking a fresh tree. healthy trees have branches that bend but don't break. junior fire patrol students from the holy redeemer school were
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there sharing tips, like keeping christmas tree as why from heaters. >> mine is not real so i have nothing to worry about. >> meteorologist, david murphy, is here we are not going out on a limb to say we need rain gear. >> that would be a good idea. i told folks to dress the kids with something for the way home. and looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan right now we have rain overtaking about half of the region and pushing past philadelphia before too much longer, the early onset of this is before it's light. lets get you outside a little while ago in fairmount park, in these pictures there is no sun filtering down from the trees, it's gray be getting increasingly gray and pretty soon getting wet. here is stormtracker 6 live double scan the early onset rain highlighted in lighter shade of green could put something on the
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windshield but i doubt it's having a big impact but the darker shades of green in newark, delaware and crossing the bay into salem county, this is where the roads are probably starting to get wetter and a little bit of that in north chester county. farther south the darker shades of green making the roads wet from millville and fortescue and cape may and up and down the state of delaware the band of light rain and moderate enough to get the roads wet and a heavier cell in harrisburg, and eventually we'll get steadier rain and later in the afternoon it gets steadier. 44 degrees right now, it's chilly out there. get a coat ready along with the umbrella. winds northeast 9 miles per hour. and future tracker 6 picking unup the story with the rain. it's filling in and up not poconos there is snow, if you have plans to head up north,
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winter weather advisory for 1 to 3 inches of snow in lower elevations, higher elevations could go higher. and then as we get to 11:00 we are in and out of the rain drops and later evening travel on the wet side. adam and cecily will be on the way tonight and later tonight to tell us what is happening with the rain. what are we expecting, most models having a .25 inch of rain not a totally inundated rain but a long period nuisance rain into early tomorrow morning. 48 in philadelphia, your high today and 47 in trenton and 47 in wilmington and a bunch of 50s in the map down south, as we roll through the next several hours think a high of 48 at 3:00, 46 by 6:00 and notice how the numbers don't fall all that much. we hold steady with the rain and
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in the 40s. if you are up in the lehigh valley, a bit of occasional snowflake activity but not too bad. from midnight straight in the morning the rainfalls apart and for the morning rush hour a few sprinkles left over and could be breaks in the clouds tomorrow afternoon. your seven day from accuweather today rain is arriving and chilly 48 and rains overnight tonight and breaks up quickly tomorrow morning. mostly cloudy and late sun and 52 and mostly cloudy with a shower on thursday, the big cool down for friday and saturday with highs likely in the upper 30s both days and friday is close and saturday 38. and maybe a flurry on friday. brisk conditions making it feel like the 20s, sunday 42 for the eagles and rain on monday. >> thank you david. jimmy kimmel made two big announcements, he and his wife are having another baby and he is the host for the upcoming oscars, the abc late night
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comedian will lead the ceremony for the first time. but no stranger to award shows, having twice hosted the emmys and the espn awards. >> they went through a long list of names and decided that i am already across the street i was the closest person to host. >> the 89th academy awards will be live, you can see it here on 6 abc on february 26th. lots of people using the fancy expensive head phones to listen to their favorite tunes, but a new medical report is raising questions about the potential of those head phones to harm the hearing of the young people that use them. nick watts explains. >> are head phones hurting our kids. >> some testing they got as loud as a chainsaw or jack hammer, one in five teens suffer hearing
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loss and some doctors blame head phones, i see kids as young as 7 that have noise induced hearing loss and listening to the head phones at full blast, it's like listening to a rock concert on a daily basis. they tested 30 kids head phones, for style, fit and safety. >> they are fluffy and squishy. >> it's report -- >> there is no governing board that oversees this stuff. >> these head phones claim to limit it to 55 decibels but safe. >> we consider the bt 2200. but wire cutter claims that other models when over the 85 db during their tests. the poorest rating was kids gear wireless headphones.
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it's gone. >> your kid took it off. >> oh. >> with the limiter, wire cutter said it's fine as loud as 110 decibels. >> it's loud but i did like them. in over 50 years never had a customer complaint when limiter is used. safe sound is achieved. a user or configuration issues. >> i can play some justin bieber. >> please. this is todd hardy. a fitness buff, youth baseball coach-and lung cancer patient. the day i got the diagnosis, i was just shocked. the surgeon in dallas said i needed to have the top left lobe of my lung removed. i wanted to know what my other options were.
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final quick check of the accuweather forecast as rain moves in. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan you can see it coming in there. light at first with lighter shades of green but the darker stuff not too much farther behind we get later into the afternoon steadier rain on the way.
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temperatures in the mid-40s in the northern and western suburbs, in the process of building in and on the i-95 corridor, half of you are wet and upper 40s there. down the shore a bunch of 50s and rain moving up the coast. finally at noon, the season for holiday bells and the sounds of the season are here certainly, here in biloxi, mississippi, one man is standing in the cold and ringing a bell for the next six days, and jaime richmond says the bell ringing is for his own salvation. now ringing a bell for 151 hours straight with little sleep with by the way is a world record is nothing compared to the hardship he once faced and others are enduring this holiday season. coming up here on "action news" at 4:00, we continue to follow the breaking news that temple football head coach, matt rule is heading to baylor. >> and a newlyweded couple are
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forced to defend their wedding ring. coming up in big talkers. >> that does it for "action news" at noon. don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. have a nice afternoon we'll see you tonight. where things come from?
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♪ >> announcer: today, we're putting on our holiday best and having a jingle bell jam. mario's cooking up a supersimple feast with benjamin bratt. michael's being put to the test in a jingle bell bites challenge. and carla's got a dish that's like a present for your mouth. get ready to jingle and jam right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> good afternoon. thank you. welcome to "the chew." you've found us today dressed in our nice winter whites. all hour we're talking dishes for cold winter nights. it'll be joyous and tasty.

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